Dehydrating Tomatoes for Sauce

 

The tomatoes are coming wildly from the garden, as soon as one batch is put up there is another batch! WE love our tomatoes though and we are thinking we probably grew enough to make enough pasta sauce all year without having to buy any.

After all I planted 80 tomato plants! Yes. I'm...

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VIDEO: Harvesting and Using Calendula

 

Happy Friday to you all! We have been SOOOO busy on the farm, is it really Friday already?!

Harvest season comes on slowly and then just really starts to take off this time of year. While we haven't even hit the height of it yet we are continually filling and refilling the dehydrator with...

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SOURDOUGH CHOCOLATE ZUCCHINI MUFFINS & RECIPE ROUND-UP

 

Plant a zucchini and feed the world, the saying goes. Well my over exuberant self had to plant the WHOLE package of zucchini seeds because what if those pill bugs liked zucchini seeds and left me with none like my lettuce, like my beans? I didn't stop to consider that they might all grow....

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How to Make FABULOUS Sourdough Bread - The simple Way

 

Bread has been the staff of life for many ages and only in recent times has it come under attack for being hard to digest and nay even the cause of our ill digestion. 

Celiac disease is on the rise and gluten free diets are all the rage. Did our staff of life go bad on us or did...

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MILLING AT HOME - A HOMESTEAD RESEARCH STUDY


 

 While there are other components of bread that make it even healthier (fermentation, how it is harvested and when) milling is a simple way to improve the health of the bread we consume. Today we are sharing an article out of our favorite 'homesteading' book called Rural...

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